Creating buttons


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Creating buttons

If I asked you what kind of frames InDesign had, you would probably answer Text Frames and Graphic Frames and maybe Unassigned Frames that don't have anything in them, but InDesign has another kind of frame too that most folks don't know about. They are called Button Frames, usually just called Buttons and Buttons are only useful when you are making interactive PDF or SWF files, but they can do all kinds of things, like jump to another page, play a movie, or even hide or show other objects on the page. In my Bliss_Interactive document, I have three objects in the upper left corner that I'd like to turn into buttons, Navigation buttons that jump from one page to the next. Now those are on the Master Page, so in order to turn them into buttons I need to go to the Master Page. I'll press Command+J or Ctrl+J on the Windows, press A, hit Enter and it takes me to the Master Page and now I can actually select these objects. To turn them into buttons, I need the Buttons panel,...

Creating buttons
Video duration: 11m 16s 8h 3m Intermediate

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Creating buttons provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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